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Cluj-Napoca – Criminal Law

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Gepostet von SELS Cluj-Napoca on Criminal Law am Mittwoch, 4. April 2018
Description

Join us in Cluj-Napoca, one of the most beautiful cities of Romania. “With one of the most vibrant economies in the country and a population of around 330,000, Cluj, is today a vibrant cultural and educational city.”

The European Law Students’ Association Cluj-Napoca offers 40 students from all over the world a unique chance to experience one of the most exceptional ELSA events, a summer law school. This event will be rich not only in academic programme, but also social programme that will last for 8 days filled with memorable moments. If you are interested in learning about the intriguing topic of International and European Criminal Law and want to debate and find out more about the harmonization of criminal law in the european legislation, this is your opportunity!

To find out more information about us, feel free to visit our official Facebook page.

Maximum participation fees
ELSA Member from a favoured country - €255
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country - €285
ELSA Alumni/Member of a partner organisation - €310
Non ELSA Member- €320
Maximum extra fees
Gala-Ball - €40
One-way Airport/Train Station transfer - €10
Two-way Airport/Train Station transfer - €15
SELS T-shirt - €10
Where?
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Accommodation
Babeș-Bolyai University Student Campus, Cluj-Napoca
Number of participants
40
Date of arrival
05/08/2019
Date of departure
12/08/2019
Academic Partner
Babeș-Bolyai University
Academic Programme

The academic activity is the main focus of the event, thus, the participants will have the opportunity to attend a total of more than 20 hours of academic programme. We provide a great variety of seminars exploring the main aspects of International and European Criminal Law combined with lectures and debates by including inputs from leading professors in the field. Our participants will be taught not only by local professionals, but also foreign ones. The main topics (which later will be divided into more subtopics) will be as follows:

Tuesday, 6th of August

      The Emergence of International Criminal Justice -Institutions and Mechanisms for Cross-Border Cooperation

Wednesday, 7th of August

      Legal Instruments for International Judicial Cooperation

Thursday, 8th of August

      Institutional Visit – Prison

Saturday, 10th of August

     Substantive Criminal Law

Sunday, 11st of August

     Forms of Punishment – sociology, legitimacy, rehabilitation and reintegration. An International Approach

Contact
sels.clujnapoca@ro.elsa.org
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